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  • Jun 21, 2010
Inspiring book that documents the creation and concept behind the charity Room to Read and a life change for the founder John Wood. Definitely worth reading!
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review by . June 21, 2010
John Wood was a corporate warrior who caught the rising tide that was Microsoft in the 1990s. By the time he was in his early 30s, he was jetsetting between Beijing, Seattle and Sydney in Microsoft's solemn quest to plant their digital flag on every continent. Then he went to Nepal for a vacation.      He saw school 'libraries' which consisted of backpacker castoffs kept under lock and key. As a lifelong bookworm, he was horrified. So he had an slow-motion epiphany, …
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Hello Lunchers!      I am a contributing writer foran onlinelife and style website that highlights hot-spots in Minneapolis and Chicago. As such, I frequent many new boutiques, restaurants, … more
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Author: John Wood
Genre: Nonprofit Organizations & Charities, Motivational, Entrepreneurship, Economics, Enterpeneurship, Literacy, Social Sciences

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